Hosta introductions 2020
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A great gold…large, nearly round leaves are very heavily puckered and develop a brassy golden-yellow on the raised portions. The cupped and domed leaves "glow".
Leaves are bright gold surrounded by a white border and held on red petioles. Very attractive hosta with lots going on.
Feel the Sky
New introduction from Danny...sport/improvement of 'Iron Sky' and a much better/faster growing plant with nicer shaped leavesf that are larger but has still the extreme thickness! Plants will be small but a must for collectors
We believe this will turn out to be a really nice hosta...tetraploid form of ‘Victory’ with a thicker leaf and wider yellow border.
Sport from ’Fire Island’...green leaves with a yellow border held on red petioles just like the parent. Reverse variegation to ’Paradise Island’.
Thick blue leaves have a very wide yellow-green border that quickly turns white on this H. ‘First Frost’ sport...said to be different from ’Blue Ivory’ or ’Great Escape’ but appearance is similar.
First and Ten (1st and Ten)
Very large hosta that comes from premier hosta hybridizer Doug Beilstein...huge blue-green leaves form a clump about 3 feet tall. Deeply impressed veins on an upright clump.
Small to medium hosta w/red petioles extending into the leaf blade and also a thin red margin around the leaf. In spring the leaf between the veins will start to "blush" red from the tip of the leaf down toward the base. The leaves remain red here into summer.
PPAF Sport of 'Dancing Queen' with a yellow center framed with a green ruffled border. Similar to 'Amalia' but not sure if it is the same.
This is the reverse sport of montana ‘Aureomarginata’ and will grow into a beautiful clump of shiny, yellow-centered leaves with a green border. Will be an early riser and these are small plants.
Very large upright mounding blue with graceful rippling edges on this ‘Niagara Falls’ hybrid. Pale lavender flowers are held on semi-pendant scapes and are fertile.
Sport of ‘Confused Angel’...different from other variegated ‘Blue Angel’ sports. Large blue-green leaves have a pale yellow border in spring that turns white later in the season.
‘Dorothy Benedict’ seedling crossed with ‘Blue Mammoth’ makes a large clump of blue leaves with a wide yellow-green border that turns creamy-white.
Extremely thick blue leaves on this tetraploid sport of 'Dewed Steel'. Makes a stunning, but yet tough and fairly dense clump.
A tall red petioled beauty with gray/blue/green gently wavy elegantly formed leaves held high on the petioles. This fertile red is the largest red to come out of Rick's breeding efforts. A must have for hybridizers and all gardeners who need a touch of red to brighten and accent their borders
A hybrid out of the ‘Cold Heart’ line and initially shows intense blue bloom over yellow...as it colors up it keeps the bloom for awhile, taking on the most unusual color and eventually, in lots of sun, glowing almost orange. Backs of the leaves are very white.
Green leaves have a white border that varies and has green flecks.throughout
Forbidden Fruit PPAF
Stunning fully tetraploid form of ‘Orange Marmalade’...thick leaves have glowing yellow-orange centers setoff by a wide blue-green border. Vigorous grower with lavender flowers.
Fragrant Blue Ribbons
Nice sport of ‘Fragrant Blue’...intense powdery blue leaves have a variable white border that jets toward the center. Really stands out!
Tetraploid sport of ‘Fragrant King’...thicker leaves, wider creamy-white border and a super "doer"! Holds up well all season and is topped with FRAGRANT pale lavender flowers.
We are introducing a couple plants from hybridizer Ed Schulz of Iowa this year...this beautiful hosta comes with all the frills and dances in the wind! Heart-shaped yellow leaves (color holds all season) are quite wavy down to the elegant twisted tips.
Frisian Misty Sky
New intro from Bate Aukema with blue=green leaves that have gentle ruffles that makes one feel like they are flowing…
Frisian Waving Steel
This hybrid from 'Grand Slam’ and Sky Dancer’ takes the best traits of each parent and amplifies them. Extremely thick blue-green leaves have a rippled margin and the elegant leaves layer on top of each other creating a tight mound.
Charming smaller hosta...semi-rounded blue-green leaves sport a wide creamy-yellow border. The leaves are rigid and held somewhat upright.
Sport of 'Raspberry Sorbet' with a white border that is quite rippled...leaves have a nice sheen and this one will be a great grower
Rounded chartreuese leaves have a nice wavy margin on this unique yellow seedling of rupifraga...good substance!
Really a sweet little hosta withs mall, rounded dark-green leaves that are corrugated and cupped. ..grow pretty flat to the ground so best in front of the border
Another very cute smallish hosta...rounded green leaves are puckered and have a wide yellow border that quickly turns creamy-white
We are excited to be introducing some new hostas by Jim & Meg Dalton of NY--'Funny Bones' is an outstanding small gold that stays low to the ground and spreads out, leaves are a little shiny with lots of ripples and good substance.
A newer member to the "mouse" family ...reverse variegation of ‘Snow Mouse’ with a clear white border surrounding a blue-green centered leaf. The border does turn to creamy or green late in the season.